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contents of Breviora (Volume 410-436)

THE MANDIBULAR DENTITION OFPL A GIOMENE(DERMOPTERA, PLAGIOMENIDAE)
Kenneth D. Rose^
pages 1-2

DescriptionThe lower dental formula of Plagiomene, 3.1.4.3, deduced
by Matthew (1918) from f ragmentar\^ specimens, is confirmed bvPU nos. 14551 and 14552 (see Fig. 1 ).
pages 2-16

Sloan, R. E. 1969. Cretaceous and Palcocene terrestrial communities ofwestern North
America. Proc. North Amer. Paleont. Conv., part E:
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TRIASSIG REPTILE FAUNAXX. SUMMARY
Alfred Sherwood Romer
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BoRTOLUZZi, C. A., AND M. C. Barbarena. 1967. The
Santa Maria beds in Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) . Proc. Intern at. Symp. on Gondwana Strat.and Paleont.: 169-195.
pages 19-20

Grobman, a. B. 1944. The 'distribution of the salamanders of the genusPletJiodon in the eastern United States and Canada.
Ann. New York Acad. Sci., 45: 261-316.
pages 20-1

Cambridge, MAS^^fiJ^f^I^ECj^i^^ER 1973 Number 415THE EJW^fiJ^ON OF BEHAVIORAND THE RoKe'dF'bEHAVIOR IN EVOLUTION
M. MOYNIHAN^
pages 1-23

Chapman, F. M. 1917. The distribution of bird-life in Colombia: a con-tribution to a biological survey of South
America. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist., 36: 1-720.
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Cyrtodactylus derongo new speciesHolotype. Museum of Comparative Zoology Rl 26205, anadult female, collected
by Fred Parker in the Derongo area at an ele\'ation of 1300 feet, Alice River system, tributary to theupper Fly River, Papua, New Guinea, 8 April 1969.
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Cambridge, Mass. 28 December 1973 Number 418MORPHOGENESIS, VASCULARIZATION ANDPHYLOGENY IN ANGIOSPERMS^- -"
G. Ledyard Stebbins^
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Angell, R. D. 1967a. The test structure and composition of the fora-minifer Rosalina Floridana. J. Protozool., 14: 299-307.. 1967b. The process of chamber formation in the fora-minifer
Rosalina Floridana (Cushman) . J. Protozool., 14: 566-574. Arnold, Z. M. 1964. Biological observations on the foraminifer Spirolo-
pages 29-29

Kane, H. E. 1966. Sediments of
Sabine Lake, the Gulf of Mexico, and adjacent water bodies, Texas-Louisiana. Jour. Sed. Petr., 36: 608-619.
pages 30-1

CAMBRiDAftRNfi^^.19749 March 1974 Number 422'^Ag^ffith AMERICAN A NOUS:+t¥ftge^NJE\V
SPECIES RELATED TO ANOLIS NIGROLINEATUS AND A. DISSIMILIS
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(SAURIA IGUANIDAE) FROM THESIERRA DE BAORUCO, HISPANIOLA
Albert Schwartz^
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us ISSN 0006-9698Cambridge, Mass. 28 June 1974 Number 424THE LARVA OF SPHINDOCIS DENTICOLLIS FALL
AND A NEW SUBFAMILY OF GIIDAE
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Abstract. The genus Lophodolos of the family Oneirodidae is reviewedon the basis of all known material. Two species are recognized, L. acantho-gnatlius Regan and L. indicus Lloyd. Lophodolos dinema Regan and Tre-wavas is considered a junior synonym of
L. indicus Lloyd. The tentative distribution of each species is plotted and a key to the species of the genusis provided.
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Cambridge, Mass. 27 November 1974 Number 427THE STRATIGRAPHY OF THEPERMIAN WICHITA REDBEDS OF TEXAS^
Alfred Sherwood Romer'^
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Cambridge, Mass. 27 November 1974 Number 429AN O LIS RUPINAE NEW SPECIESA SYNTOPIG SIBLING OFA.
MONTICOLA SHREVE
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SIBLING TO AN O LIS CYBOTES:
DESCRIPTION AND FIELD EVIDENCE
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Type. MCZ 131837, an adult male from ca 5 km N LaHorma, Peravia Pro\'ince, Dominican Republic, collected
by Jonathan Roughgarden and local inhabitants, 18 July 1972.
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Acknowledgments. Field work has been supported
by NSF GB-37731X and previous grants to E. E. Williams. Thanks aredue to all those who so cheerfully participated.
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OF THE HISPANIOLAN LIZARDSA NO LIS CY BOTES AND A. MARC AN 01
T. Preston Webster^
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PRIMITIVENESS OF PLACODERM ORDERS
WITH SHORT SHOULDER GIRDLES
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The study of South American anoles of which this is a parthas been supported by National Science Foundation Grant GB3 7 73 IX and previous grants.
Dr. Joseph Eiselt of the Vienna Museum generously loaned the material in which A. ihaguewas discovered.
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Anolis parilis n. sp.Type. UIMNH 82901, an apparently adult male.Type locality. Rio Baba, 2.4 km S Sto Domingo de losColorados, Pichincha, Ecuador.
George Key, collector. Novem- ber, 1965.
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Cambridge, Mass. 8 April 1976 Number 435
TWO NEW SPECIES OF CHELUS(TESTUDINES: PLEURODIRA)
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CambridCxE, Mass. 8 April 1976 Number 436STUPENDEMYS GEOGRAPHICUS,THE WORLD'S LARGEST TURTLE
Roger Conant Wood^
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